“Security: Theory and Practice”, whose first volume came out as “Security Issues”, was from 2007 published as a semi-annual journal, and in 2011 it was transformed into a quarterly. It is targeted at a wide spectrum of readers who deal with issues hinging upon public security, energy security, anti-crisis schemes and strategies, and information protection. On the whole, it is aimed at people who take a keen interest in 21st-century international politics.
The editorial board of the quarterly “Security: Theory and Practice” would like to inform its readers that our journal has become eligible for funding by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education as part of the “Supporting Scientific Journals” scheme.
e-ISSN 2451-0718, ISSN 1899-6264
ICV 65,03 – ICI Journals Master List 2018
„Security: Theory and Practice”
Our journal is indexed in the following databases:
PBN. Polska Bibliografia Naukowa (Polish Scientific Bibliography)
In 2020, we are planning to publish the following volumes:
Vol. 1 “Evolving Human Security Challenges”,
edited by Beata Molo (deadline to submit papers: November 2019)
Vol. 2 “The GROM Military Unit as an Instrument of the Security Policy of the Republic of Poland”,
edited by Marcin Lasoń and Grzegorz Wydrowski (deadline to submit papers: January 2020)
Vol. 3 “Modern Technologies in Security”,
edited by Robert Borkowski (deadline to submit papers: March 2020)
Vol. 4 “Security in Public Management”,
edited by Andrzej Chodyński (deadline to submit papers: May 2020)
We are looking forward to receiving our authors’ papers, and we hope our readers will subscribe to follow our publications
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